Zara Noor Abbas Backlashed for Advertising a Fairness Brand

Zara Noor Abbas Defends Herself From Trolls

Zara Noor Abbas Backlashed for Advertising a Fairness Brand
Zara Noor Abbas Backlashed for Advertising a Fairness Brand

A movement started titled #BlackLivesMatter by the celebrities world-wide. It all started over the killing of a black man by the police which is condemned by people all around the world. Thousands of people came out on the street to record their protest and to demand a reform so that no such incident takes place in future.

Eventually, Zara Noor Abbas condemned the killing by sharing a video of a little African-American girl in which she shared her heart about the discrimination which her community face. According to the girl, the basis of this discrimination was their 'skin color.'

The Khamoshi actress was backlashed on protesting against racism on one side and on the other side of the coin, she is the brand ambassador of a fairness cream.

But, Zara was quite quick to defend herself and gave a befitting reply to the troll which said, “Liked your fairness cream add.”

To this Zara clarified her point by saying, "Good, because that does not promote killing. Does not promote racism. Stop making this out of context when its not the agenda."

"Your word doesn't matter here. What matters is human life and equality and this is what I am here for. A face wash is killing no one," clarifies Zara.

Though the actress clarifies her stance but she fails to understand the fact that by endorsing the skin whitening cream, she is basically promoting the stereotype of ‘Fair Bride’ and negative impression about dark skin.

But still there are many people who think that beauty is not related to white skin only. As it is rightly said, ‘beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.’